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today is the day the niners facing off in green bay against the packers. we're live with a look at the matchup. scary moments on a streetcar. what happens after it collided. it will be cold across the country. the bone chilling temperatures and how travel could be affected. good morning. let's get to the top story. the 49ers in green bay ready to take on the packers. following the team and taking on the freezing temperatures in green bay as we go to lambeau
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field. >> you look a tad chilly. >> it has been a heat wave here. we have a high of negative 5. temperatures have improved from what they were forecasting a few days ago it will feel like 20 below zero and one of the coldest nfl games ever played. tailgaters are not out yet. some of the attends are out here. those who want to tail gate and one of the beverages will freeze as well. we have even people here on lambeau, one drove from california. i asked him how he will deal with the cold a that the packers fans are calling chilly. >> we are skiers we have lots of base layers, we will be here
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for the coldest game in history. >> the drive is worth it if? >> if they win, baby. >> reporter: perhaps the only silver lining is that the arctic air will move in tomorrow with a projected high of tomorrow is negative 13 degrees if there is a silver lining and play it. they are playing it today and not 24 hours from now. >> mike before we let you go, you mentioned that it is balmmy. how does it feel personally to you standing there compared to the past couple of days? >> reporter: the past two it was high of 20s. snow so you figure yesterday was 28. we're talking about 7 with a lower wind chill. that's something that could affect the 49ers they did not get here until friday. they had a walk through but the temperatures were in the 20s. the temperature will be colder
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than what the 49ers experienced the past 24 hours. >> thank you. go in and get warm. get some hot chocolate. that's mike pelton. many are feeling the blast, others showed off their spirit in the sun. fans painting san francisco red a day early. and the families sporting colors. no tell hog will win the game. it is clear which team they want to win. they asked why they wore the gear a day early. >> i'm getting prepared. >> it is all game time. not only did they have the lucky hats on but many were stocked and ready for the game rush. for the fans never too early to show their support. let's turn to the weather because we saw what it is like
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in green bay. no where near that here. >> we have that off shore wind and the higher elevations. >> and 25 degrees there. and 47 degrees about mid30s. we'll have more in a moment. >> thank you. a man is in jail for kidnapping a girl. david douglas graped -- grabbed the girl in front of her home the suspect was arrested hours after the alert was broadcast.
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they are asking that the privacy be respected. there were a number of family and friends that showed up to share in the joy. they arrested david douglas for arresting the girl in front of her home. an alert was issued when she went missing. the child and mother pulled up to the driveway on the 3800 block of hummingbird drive after shopping. douglas followed them home in his 1990 camary. he grabbed the girl and took off. the police department followed up on leads and confirmed that he was the suspect. it was spotted in a parking lot. douglas and the victim were inside the car at the time they approached the vehicle. he was arrested and natalie, who was not injured, was reunited with her family.
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>> douglas' home is away from the wal-mart and the victim's house. we spoke with neighbors that saw him regularly, they were shocked to hear of his arrest in the case. three lanes of i-280 were closed due to a deadly crash. the chp says a vehicle split in half was found after four a.m. we have information about a murder in 2010. police arrest ed a suspect wanted in connection with the the shooting of a tourist in san francisco. and it led to the arrest. and 6 others have been investigated after a shooting.
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two teens were struck by bullets but survived. friends and family have set up a fundraiser for a 19 year old who was struck and killed walking in fremont. the woman was holding her son when she was struck by a car. they were walking at 10 p.m. in the evening. this morning police say her son remains at the hospital in the man is cooperating with the investigators. he is not suspected of dui a fundraiser has been set up by give forward to collect funds for her burial and other costs.
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an investigation is underway regarding a crash. it was on the embarcadero and it was closed after a semi pulled in front of the vehicle. the trolly and the rig crash happened near bay street. one of the passengers had to pry his wife free. >> we were in the front seat, my wife was pinned between the railing and the seat and screening in pain. we removed the seat and got her out. >> the four injured were the only people on board the trolly at the time. it was reopened to traffic by saturday afternoon. still ahead on the news weekend. break out the winter coats. it will be cold all over the country. how people are preparing for the freezing temperatures and how travel could be affected.
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another state is looking to loosen the medical marijuana laws. when and where. what happened that's after the break.
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three passengers on a plane suffered minor injuries on saturday. they had to make an emergency landing on a new york city highway. that was cell phone video. they were returning to connecticut after a tour around the statue of liberty when the engine failed. it came down through the trees and workers sprang into action. >> we started slowing down the traffic so nobody was hurt and the plane is not hit by the cars. >> the passengers on the plane walked away with only minor injuries they were quick to
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thank the helpers. they are investigating the crash and why the engine failed. and many parts of the country it is cold out there but it will get colder. not many people will be enjoying the snow. where it will be the coldest after the break. let's take a look outside at washington, dc. congress expected to head back to captiol hill tomorrow. we'll be back.
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rescuers are on the way to help trapped workers. an ice breaker will leave for the south pole today. they fear the ships can not free themselves. the russian research ship has been trapped in ice since christmas eve. the chinese ship went and it was stuck on friday.
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following the retrieval of 52 people on the ship. they are all on the way home. and those trapped on the russian ship have supplies and in no immediate danger. it must feel like the south pole to some people. a deep freeze is spreading across the u.s. making last week's winter weather look like a walk in the park. half of the country will be dealing with zero degree temperatures by wednesday. many are cancelling schools. airlines are cancelling flights in preparation for the blast. we have the latest. >> reporter: after battering the northeast, the country is bracing for a deep freeze. they are not taking it lightly. for the first time since 1997, public schools in the state of minnesota will be closed monday due to the cold.
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>> in five minutes kids can get frost bite. >> the potential of tragedy on monday is too much. why not minimize the risk. airlines are trying to minimize the risk from the snow, ice and brutal cold. according to the flight aware, more than 1000 flights were canceled saturday with several thousand more delayed. passengers are lining up and sleeping at airports struggling to find a way home. the one thing that is not canceled is football. the packers will still duke it out with the 49ers ers sunday night in green bay, braving the negative 20 dry temperatures at the outdoor stadium for a shot at the super bowl. for a coffee and hot chocolate will be provided to the fans in
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attendance. >> i love the packers i have lots of clothes to wear. i don't mind the cold. >> the blast is supposed to produce the coldest air in 20 years according to the weather service. it has been responsible for 13 deaths across the country so far. >> we're watching the flight delays as the storm is moving through the country. so far 2200 flights have been canceled. out of sfo there are 11 on the flights. flights have been canceled. a flight to chicago and 6. we have no word of oakland. watch your flights.
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let's and look at the forecast. you can see waking up to mainly clear skies it is a chilly start. we have 70s for the highs. as we head into tomorrow. we'll see the high clouds. cooler temperatures tomorrow and it looks like we have some showers in the north. before we look at the that. if you are heading out the door this morning. and 25 degrees. 27 and mid30s in napa and mid30s. currently in redwood city and 37 in fremont. as we head into the afternoon we're expecting warm temperatures. 66 for fremont. and mid-60s for livermore and
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fairfield. a high for castro valley. and 60s for san bruno and those of you in napa. looking at satellite and radar. we have the high pressure in place keeping things mild. we have low pressure headed our way. we'll see that increasing cloud cover tomorrow. and feel the temperatures drop. and we have a chance of sprinkles tuesday morning, the temperatures dropping into the 50s. you see an increase and the showers on thursday. and then warmer as we push towards the next weekend. marty. >> thank you. we're following a developing story in eureka where the police are uncovering the events that led up to the killing of a priest on new year's day. it is a grim picture. it appears the man accused in the death was actually in police custody hours before.
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we have the story. >> gary bullock had already confronted law enforcement twice, got arrested. spent eight hours in jail all in less than a day before he was the suspect in the murder of a priest father eric freed. arrested for public intoxication during the day of new year's eve, he had to be taken away for a high heart rate. he act up at the hospital and had to be physically restrained by the deputies before being taken back to jail. records show that he was already on probation for cocaine possession, a spokesperson for the sheriff says that the department was not required to hold him until a judge reviewed the case so he was let go. he only had to walk three blocks to the church where he was described as making strange noises.
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a guard called police who did not know the details of the problems that he had at the county jail. >> they saw he was released on a public intoxication charge after being held. >> officers decided that he was not doing anything illegal and did not qualify for an emergency psychological hold. >> they asked him specific questions about himself. he asked for housing, he asked for a place to stay for the night. >> so they didn't arrest him. instead they directed him to a nearby shelter and watched him walk away. they now say he never went to the shelter and was spotted shortly back at the church. this time police aren't called. >> and police say that a guard at the church found a person matching the description on the premises and told him to leave. later the priest's body was discovered. police say that he suffered blunt force trauma.
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he was found at the home of a family member after an arrest warrant was issued and one of his relatives called the police. coming up on the news weekend. the secretary of state john kerry is overseas this morning. what he is saying about spending troops to iraq. we'll have that story after the break.
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the secretary of state says that he will not send troops to fight al-qaeda but he promised the u.s. would fight. and he is shuttling between leaders push forge a peace treaty. he asked the palestinian president to recognize israel as the homeland. and still ahead for you on
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the weekend a girl dies after having a root canal. how it turned deadly. how much more can you expect to pay to ride the trains.
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good morning. time to check the forecast. >> not much has changed. and you can see it is breezy in the higher elevations this morning. and a chilly start especially for the north bay. and waking up to a milder and 40 currently. as we head into the afternoon we are expecting a warmer day.
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and 70 expected. 64 suspected. >> and if you are headed out this evening and the temperatures and the future cast ahead. and we're looking and same for san francisco and san jose. and at 51 degrees. we have a chance of showers to talk about but we'll go to marty. >> thank you. a 3 year old girl who has been in a coma for 32 days after visiting the dentist has died. she passed away friday never regaining conscious nows. we have the story. >> reporter: one month after visiting the dentist, the girl died. >> a happy and healthy 3 year
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old like she will not make any choices. >> she was in a persistent state. they felt this is what they want. they felt that was the right choice. >> the lawyer said that there were many wrong choices when she went in for an appointment she left with permanent brain damage. >> it is her only child, it is unnecessary, this was a healthy and full of life child. >> she was getting 10 procedures. four a type of root canal and five drugs in excessive doses and adding to the problem she was not monitored throughout the procedure.
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>> we got the second mri back, it was devastating. everything but the brain stem it tells you to breathe and gives you blood pressure, that's why she is alive. the lack of oxygen. >> someone had to run down the hall to get a paediatrician to revive her, it was too late. >> the family and lawyers for children's hospital oakland are working towards moving jahi mcmath to another facility. her uncle spoke with us and they are making strides. they are close to having her moved. and they met at a conference after a day of hearings. the family attorney originally asked a judge to force children's hospital to insert a tube and feeding tube, all in hopes of transferring her.
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the judge refused to force the hospital to perform the surgeries. and stay with us here at kron 4 we'll bring you the late efficient developments. you can get updates on our web site and the facebook page and follow us on twitter for any up to the moment information. we have a update on the shooting in fairfield where they have identified the victim as terrell brumfield. officers say that he died at the scene after suffering from a gunshot count. the shooting happened in the area of parkway gardens. police say the area has seen a rise in violent crime. officials are looking for any witnesses to come forward. and you will have to get ready to pay more for bart. riders will not only be greeted with higher fares but riders will see parkingfies increase at several stations. there will be a 50 cent parking
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fee increase starting at stations. not all the stations are hiking the parking fee. one of the largest unions approved a four-year labor deal. the agreement will leave out the disputed medical leave provision but workers will get paid bereavement and potential bounces. there will be a vote january 13th. a negotiators is hopeful they will approve the agreement and it will end the labor dispute that included strikes. a woman suffers injuries after falling from a cliff in santa cruz. it was saturday about 7:45 at the natural bridges state beach. the fire department said she fell about 30 feet as she was taking a walk near the edge of a clip. swimmers were able to stabilize her and raise her back up to
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the street level as you can see there. she was taken to the hospital and flown to a trauma center with multiple injuries. and you may be surprised about how far some dogs at the spca have traveled. they have come from los angeles, texas all in the hopes of being adon'ted. and a copresident jennifer scarlet found a kind red spirit in louisiana, my dog is from the hurricane. as a vet i went to help after it hit. i lost my dog to cancer the year before. she looked like my dog. >> when shelters are everflowing, volunteers will drive to redistribute them to other shelters. for more information, can you visit sp -- sfspca.org. >> and a new record this year. take a look at the guys. you may remember them.
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the holiday window adoption and placed 320 animals with families. the high is 331. and 40% of the animals that were adopted are out of towners coming from stockton. today is the last day that the display will be up. adoptions will be held until 7:00 tonight. and state lawmakers are returning to the capitol after a four-month recess. they will tackle water issues, overcrowding and a budget debate that will be shaped by the rosie outlook a 2.2 billion surplus when the fiscal year ends in june. the state's improved footing could set off new battles over whether to restore social services that were slashed during the recession. the governor will be releasing his plan on friday. and coming up at 8:15. we'll have break it down and what it means for california. and straight ahead for you,
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lending a helping hand in freezing temperatures. making sure no one goes cold. the sharks would not come back for the victory. >> and a truck crashed into a home. we'll have that story coming up next.
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and on saturday morning a truck came through a wall. the woman passenger gout out
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screaming apologies. shortly after she started run down the street. she told the neighbor the male driver tried to rape her. when she pushed him off the car ran into the house. the 2 year old is afraid to return to her room. >> she will not go into the room. she looks in there. she acts like she is scared to go in there. >> police have not heard about the attempted rape and nobody is in custody at this time. >> they are looking for the driver and the passenger. >> new this morning a medical emergency forced the amazon founder to cut a cruise short. he was flown from the ship to his plane for a trip back to the us he was suffering from kidney stones. no word from amazon about his condition. new york about to be the
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late toast loosen the marijuana laws. the order will allow 20 hospitals to prescribe pot for cancer and glaucoma. it is a shift by the governor who opposed legalizing it. officials will put the policy into place this year. it's not clear when it will be available to patient in the state of new york. next, and a cafe closes its doors. we'll take you to the last gig. let's take this look outside. a snowy columbus square in new york city.
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the temperatures across the country will drop below zero. people in independent are doing
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what they can help those who have no escape. it is keeping the homeless warm. the city and agencies are pooling resources to get those out in the elements inside in the coming days. a service is adding shelters to keep up with the demand. the director of the service said people donated canned food to help the homeless staying at the shelter. >> we have to help one another out in the time of need. we're all human. everyone needs help. >> it is unthinkable someone has to suffer. and they need hand. >> the temperature expected to dip as low as 15 degrees below zero. >> and bringing it back home to the bay area, we have a chilly start to the morning but we are not getting the negatives. >> not to negative 15. we could see record breaking warmth this afternoon.
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it is a breezy start. but we are expecting record warmth. we have some of the warmer spots. and cooler temperatures. we have a chance of showers tuesday and thursday. taking a look at where know are. mid20s out the door. another chilly start. 28 there. and 47 degrees in oakland and 43 in san mateo and now as we head into the afternoon. it is going to look like lots of sunshine and warm temperatures in the south bay. and 68 for those in santa clara. we're look at low to mid30s. livermore. and 66 degrees the expected high. and downtown san francisco and topping out in the mid-60s.
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mid-to-upper 60s. 66 is the high for petaluma. and taking a look at satellite and radar. we have high pressure in place. a change. we'll see an increase. temperatures dropping from 70s to 60s. as we head into tuesday we could see sprinkles. and a chance of showers thursday. and temperatures warm up as we head into the next weekend. a san francisco music venue is shutting its doors for good. many legends have been performing at the club. and we report on the final goodbye to the cafe. >> reporter: it is a piece of history. it is more than 100 years old and it has hosted the cafe and
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some of the biggest names have played here like train and blink 182. when the gates are chained up that will be it. the building has been sold and the owners want to do some renovating. this is the last show. a local band will take the stage at 11:15. the show starts at 9:30. the gm said saying goodbye will be very emotional for him and his staff. in fact, this where the general manager met his wife. he was a producing legend in music and movies. and sal vance's has died. he received awards for the english patient. and his november saw say he died at his apartment. he had been suffering from
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alzheimer's. since moving into film at the age 560 in the 1970s low budget drama called payday, he produced just ten movies. that makes the three best picture oscars all the more remarkable. he was 92 years old. jan wahl will talk more about saul and his career. and a delay is because half of the female recruits were not able to do 3 pull ups. chris lawrence has the story. >> reporter: training can be painful at its highest levels. but at the bare minimum a marine has to do three pullups. >> every marine is successful at maxing them out. >> reporter: but more than half
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of the recruits could not do it. so they are pushing back the day when it is mandatory. >> if you have a failure rate of 55% and 99% of the men are succeeding. this is not going to work. >> men have to do three a minimum to pass the fitness test. it takes 20 to earn a perfect score. women had to meet the same but only need 8 to score perfect. because so few passed the marines will let them choose to hang on the bar and pass without doing any pull ups. >> and officials say that they are better and the hang elicits little strength necessary for common tasks such as carrying equipment. >> generally i'm not in favor of it. >> a former marine and commanded troops in
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afghanistan. >> could you do three pull pups, i could do 5 it is the first that took me the long toast get to. >> women have to learn how to do the pull ups something many have never done. >> and experiment with the different techniques. figure out what to do. >> critics say the push over pull ups is part of a bigger problem. pressure from the white house to make the military gender neutral. >> something is wrong here it's not the women's fault. it is the policy that the marines are pursuing. >> and that's chris lawrence, some are clearly ready. 13 females have passed the gruelling 60-day training course but this postpone s seen as a set back for the plan to move thousands into the roles. and they could impose the standard next year but there is no guarantee. straight ahead.
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>> a come back falls short for the charges.
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and the sharks players all scoring goals yesterday but that was not enough for the sharks as they were beaten by the avs. and the avs managing to hold off the sharks 4-3 for their third win. it got so bad that the goalie was pulled. the sharks will try to get back in the win column by going to chicago to play the blackhawks tonight. the hottest team in the nba, the warriors will be in washington taking on the wizards. they are looking to make it 9 straight. and coming up on the morning news 8:00 this morning. countdown to kickoff a report from green day. the chase to the championship. we're seeing legal battles in the jahi mcmath ordeal and
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the top stories we're following, january 5th. today is the big day the 49ers facing off in green bay against the packers. we're live with a look at the matchup. >> some scary moments on a streetcar. it will be cold this week. we'll take a look at the temperatures and how travel
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could be affected. good morning. thank you for joining us. and the 49ers in green bay ready to take on the packers today in the playoff game. following the team and taking on the freezing temperatures is mike pelton who is braving the conditions outside of lambeau. >> reporter: after speculation, it appears we will not set the record for the coldest nfl game played. that was the ice bowl here as well. conditions were negative 13 but they have improved here and currently it is the 5 degrees not negative 5 as was the forecasted high a few days ago. and the 49ers are trying to get adjusted to the colder weather. they arrived in appleton. the problem is that the 49ers first full day well it was 28
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degrees. it will be interesting to see how they react and the 49er fans. i found a few of them all the way to california. >> we're skiers we have lots of base layers and we'll be here for the coldest game in history. >> the drive is worth it if -- >> if they win, baby. >> we are more than five hours from kickoff. the colder weather is playing into that. everyone that you see here is a packer fan, have not seen any more than a few handfuls of the fans in the past days. we may not get many more than that by kickoff. i was talking to the manager he says they had a number of cancellations from the fans who cannot get here in time for kickoff. to get here you need one if not
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several connecting flights with that the bad weather that's been -- that has had to be canceled. >> we have been reporting throughout the morning. all across the country because of the weather. and do they -- the packer officials expect much tail gating today? >> there is a lot of parking lot attendants i asked 3 or 4 of them what they expect. they tell me maybe by 11 or noon here local time we'll see the people out here. there are a couple out here pulling the grill out of the truck. compared to a normal game. nothing compared to a normal game. i talked to a couple of the people at local restaurants here. they say that the crowd is dead compared to what it is for a packer game, compare this a playoff game. the fans are not the that excited coming and sitting in the cold. >> i can't blame them. >> we'll see you next hour. and a few niner fans are reeling from the blast in green bay, others are enjoying
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saturday by showing off their spirit here in the sun. the fans are painting san francisco red before the game. and the families sporting their there is no tell hog will win but it is clear which team the bay area wants to win. and we were asking fans why they pulled it out a day early. >> we're ready. it is all game time. >> and not only did the fans have on their hats and shirts, many stores around the bay area are stocked and ready for the game rush. and the fans it is never too early to show their support. and we want to talk about the weather and it is really worth talking about. we're setting some records today? >> we are going to set records if we get the highs, the example oakland, to get to 7
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degrees which is 3 degrees warmer than the record. and this a bit of a breezy start to the day for the higher elevations. and on the north bay. look at santa rosa mid20s over there a lot milder here. and san jose and concord and livermore at 37. we expect warmth. >> and back to the news this morning, a man is in jail. police say that david douglas graped the girl from in front of her home. and the suspect was arrested hours after the alert was broadcast. >> the family is happy to have her home and ask their privacy be respected. there were a number of family and friends and neighbors that
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showed up to the home to share in the joy of having her back. >> they arrested douglas davis. authorities say the child and her mother pulled up to the driveway on the hummingbird drive after shopping at a nearby wal-mart. douglas followed them nome his gold 1990s toyota camary and grabbed at her and took off. the police department followed up on leads and confirmed that the 43 year old was the suspect. he was spotted in a parking lot. douglas and the victim were inside when the police approached the vehicle. he was arrested and natalie, who police say was not injured, was reunited with the family. douglas' home is only minutes away from the victim's home and the store. we spoke with his neighbors that saw him regularly. they were shocked to hear of
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his arrest. three lanes of northbound i- 280 have been reopened after being closed due to a crash. it happened near los altos hills. the chp says a vehicle and another vehicle possibly split half of the center divider. that was found after 4 a.m. and the roadway has been reopened but the chp is investigating the accident. still ahead for you, it is called a polar vortex and bring record lows to much of the country. that blast will chill 2/3 of the use. an attack on yahoo. and pets living in the lap of luxury. how home construction is changing to keep our dogs and
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we're taking a look at sfo where 2200 flights have been canceled but at sfo 11 on arriving and departing flights. that is spreading across the u.s. this weekend and making the weather look like a walk in the park. we have the latest. much of the u.s. is brace for a deep freeze this weekend. and officials are not taking the forecast lightly. for the first time since 1997, public schools in the state of minnesota will be closed on monday due to the cold. >> this is the weather that in five minutes, ten minutes kids
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can get frost bite. we wanted to show that they are safe. >> the potential of tragedy on monday. it is just too much y not minimize the risk. >> airlines are trying to minimize the risk from the snow and ice and brutal cold. according to the night aware.com, more than 1000 flights were canceled on saturday with several thousand more delayed. passengers are lining up at ticket counters and sleeping at airports struggling to find a way home. the one thing that does not seem to be canceled is football. the packers will still duke it out with the san francisco 49ers on sunday night in green bay, wisconsin. braving negative 20-degree temperatures he had stadium for a shot at the super bowl. coffee and hot chocolate will be provided to the die hard fans there. >> i love the packers i have
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lots of weights. i don't mind it. that is supposed to produce the coldest weather in 20 years. it has been responsible for 13 death so far. and we're starting off with cold temperatures this morning but we are expecting warmth. the temperatures ahead that's in a bit.
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time to check the weather forecast. >> and you can see waking up to sunshine out there a little bit hazy. dry today. we have rain in the forecast. we expect the record warmth. as we head into the day we'll see the temperatures cool off a bit and that's ahead of the system. he's headed our way. let's talk the temperatures with a cold start.
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25 degrees there. 39 in you are headed out in napa. mid40s and waking up to the 30s in san jose and 70 for those in ever green today. and east way and low to mid60s. and in at the coast today. we're expecting mid-to-upper 60s. headed to wine country 67 degrees. much cooler in green bay. this is a playoff game at 1:40 and a high of 6 degrees. but that could get to a negative 20. it will feel cooler.
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and bringing it back to the bay area. we have a system headed our way w that we'll see an increase in cloud cover. and sprinkles. increasing clouds and another system on thursday. the better chance of seeing the moisture with that. it will be in the north bay and warmer and drier as we head into the weekend. >> and thank you. attorneys for the family of jahi mcmath and children's hospital are moving closer to a settlement and the latest twists and turns. happy new year. >> same to you. >> thank you for coming in. and this is a hot potato. >> and obviously for the families. sure. >> this is where the law and medicine come into conflict.
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and if you look at the record, they hate to deal with these whether it started off when you see how the system dealt with the right to choose and the right to die is another issue where they don't want to get their hands on this. and this one on its face is a cheerer case. you had a doctor come in did not any brain activity. there is no blood flow and in the corner they issued a death certificate. >> and it created the conflict they say we have no and they are potentially dead and a family that says her heart is beating how can she be dead.
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come tuesday is the deadline. what happens next in the legal case that has been going back and north between the lawyers and the families. the hospital and judges? >> what is behind this i think in my opinion are two things. the hospital does not want to incur a liability. if they perform the procedure and she could not live on a breathing machine did they cause that. part of that i think is why the hospital does not want to do it. they believe that they have no duty to do anything on someone who has been certified dead. what they are trying to work out is something that keeps their hands off it and transfers the liability to the family and whatever physician they bring in and if they move
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them is completing 100%. and children's hospital machines everything like that. that is going to be a tough one for the family. >> let's move now to obama care. >> what does 2014 mean? >> and you have a little bit of celebration going on because january 1 came and went. the law is the law of the land. and 2.1 million have signed up through the web sites and at the federal level and state level 3.9 million have qualified. that's short of the 7 million. it projected would be signed up with by march 31st. that's the deadline they have. what is the the system to be stable needs young people. they need the young bodies and
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they never use it. that creates it to for the older people. and they may use it more. it will be part of the election issue because they are getting ready to take a few more whacks at it when congress comes back into session. >> that goes into what we'll talk about the next hour, congress coming back this week. and what that will hold for the future and how things will look. and what that means as well and the budget coming out. the budget coming out. we'll get into that in the ne check it out. learning's fun now. yeah, back in our day, we didn't have u-verse high speed internet to play and learn online. all we had was that franklin fuzzypants. ah, the educational toy bear. remember when the battery went out?
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an attack on yahoo has affected users over the past week. that attack targeted flaws in
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the java programming and delivered mal ware in an exploit kit. a firm based in the netherlands blogged about the attack estimating that 27,000 users were affected every hour. they say the signs started on december 30th. yahoo releasing a statement saying that they had identified and removed the add they will monitor and block the adds. -- ads. a emergency forced the amazon founder to cut his vacation short. he was flown from the ship to his private plane for a trip back to the u.s. for medical help. he was reportedly suffering from kidney stones. no word on his condition. pet ownership has hit an all-time high. some are taking the love for their friends -- friends to the next level. 70% have one pet. and owners shelled out more
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than $50 billion for the pets in 2012. it is reported that this has resulted in a rising interest in pet friendly homes. and the spaces include everything from dog spas to grooming to lounge areas with pet size furniture. the article said that a woman had catwalks installed throughout her home for her cats. and coming up on the news weekend. the controversy over what to do with miles of trees charred in the rim fire. that's coming up. and the approach to the bay bridge. we'll be ruth back.
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anncr: at jennie-o we heard of a place in iowa where every thursday people ride 10 miles for tacos. we thought we'd show up and surprise them with a better kind of taco made with jennie-o ground turkey cooked thoroughly to 165. i feed my kids turkey tacos over regular tacos any day. i think they are light and they are just fresh tasting. yeah. when i eat well, i feel well. anncr: it's time for a better taco. the tacos tonight were pretty much perfect. make the switch. look for jennie-o ground turkey in a store near you. and a girl in a coma after dental work passed away friday.
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she never regained consciousness. >> reporter: one month after the 3 year old visited the dentist she died. >> to see a happy and healthy 3 year old and seeing her grow up. >> she gas a vegetative state, they felt that this what she would want and it is difficult as it is and was, they felt that was the right choice. >> the family's lawyer said that the doctor was made many wrong choices when she went in for an appointment she left with permanent brain damage. >> it is very sad, it is her only child. and it is unnecessary this was a perfectly normal healthy
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bright full of life child. >> and she was getting ten different procedures, four for a type of root canal and given five drugs in excessive doses. adding to the -- adding to the problem she was not monitored throughout the procedure. >> once they get the second mri back it was devastating. i mean, everything but the brain stem t tells you to breathe and gives you blood pressure and breathe that's why she is alive. and the lack of oxygen. >> and someone from the office had to run down the hall to get a pete trishian to revive her, by then it was too late. the family for jahi mcmath and lawyers for the hospital are in the process of moving her. her uncle said they are making great strides and getting cho
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esto have her moved. the family met at a settlement conference and after hearings the family attorney asking a judge to force children's hospital to insert a tube and a feeding tube in hopes of transferring her to another facility. but the judge refused to force the hospital to perform the surgeries. stay with us as we bring you the latest developments on the story. can you get updates any time on our web site and on the facebook page. tore follow us on twitter for any up to the minute information. and we have a update on a fatal shooting in fairfield where the police have identified the victim as terrell brumfeld. he died at the scene after suffering from a gunshot wound. it happened in the parkway gardens and san lucas drive. they have seen a rise in violent crime and officials are asking for any witnesses to come forward. and you should get ready to
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pay more to ride and park. this year bart riders will not only be greeted with higher fares but riders will be seeing parking fares increase. there will be a 50 cent parking fee increase at many stations that includes the walnut creek and keep in mind not all the stations are hiking the bart fee. one of the largest unions approving a labor deal. the agreement will leave out the family leave provision but workers will get extended pay bereavement leave and bounces. and the union will be voting on the contract deal on january 13th. and negotiators are hopeful they will approve the agreement f approved it would end a labor dispute that included multiple strikes. and 8:33. let's get a update on the weather. toker that we go to janu. >> this the view and a little bit breezy up.
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-- are up there. as for the temperatures, it has been a chilly start upper 30s in napa. and. >> and we are expecting a warmer day. we could see the record breaking temperatures. oakland and 70. and santa rosa. and in for those headed out mild conditions. and 51 degrees in santa rosa. we finally have rain to talk
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about. >> what pg and e is raising rates. there will be an increase of 3.38 a month. the increase will affect about 15 million people in california. the higher rates were approved through a series of regulators. and it includes maintenance and up grades. the u.s. forest service is proposing a salvage operation of the trees that were burned in the rim fire. and the massive blaze. and it could yield for lumber than all the forests combined in california. critics oppose the sale of the salvage saying that the logging project would provide the habitat of a rare bird and other species as well. the rim fire burned more than 250,000 acres and took
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firefighters two months to contain. in world news 20 people are dead and dozens are wounded after a wave of bombings in baghdad. there have been three bombings today. that attack happened when two car-bombed went off near a toast. that killed ten people. they come as security forces attempt to besiege two cities in western iraq that have been taken over by al-qaeda. and the secretary of state says that he will not send troops to iraq to fight al- qaeda. but he promises that the u.s. will support the fight against the terrorists. the secretary made the comments during his trip to the us he had been shuttling between the palestinian and israeli leaders pushing for a peace treaty. he reportedly asked the palestinian president to recognize israel as the jewish homeland. his proposal would establish a
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palestinian state. the former israeli prime minister is in critical condition this morning. and doctors say they have been able to stabilize his heart and bloods from ire. but he suffering from a organ failure. he had a stroke in 2006. he has non-a coma since. and doctors say they deaded -- detected some brain activity. the president returning this morning with his daughters but his wife is staying behind. the first lady is staying a few more days to spend time with friends ahead of her 50th birthday party. the extra time was part of her present gift from the president. the first lady will turn 50 on january 17th. still ahead, the marines
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the military is delaying a mandate that all women do three pullups. half of the recruits could not meet that requirement. we have the story. >> reporter: military training can be painful at its highest levels. but at the bare minimum a marine has to do three pullups. >> every morning successful at maxing out their pullups. >> reporter: but more than half
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of the female recruits could not do it so they are pushing back the day when it is mandatory. >> if you have a failure rate of 55% and 99% of the men are succeeding. obviously this is not going to work. >> reporter: men do three pullups minimum to pass the fitness test. it takes 20 to earn a perfect score. women had to meet the same minimum but only need 8 to score perfect. because so few passed, the marines will let them xdchoose hang on the bar for 15 seconds and pass without doing any pull ups. >> and the grip stance that works best for you. >> reporter: officials admit the pullups are better and the hang elicits little strength adaptation necessary for common military tasks such as pulling one over a hurdle or carrying
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equipment. >> and former marine officer commanded troops in afghanistan. could you do three. >> i could do five but the first was the hardest. >> reporter: women have to learn how to do pull ups something that many have never done. >> and they experiment with the techniques and figure out what other exercises to do. >> reporter: critics say the push over the pull ins is part of a bigger problem, pressure from the white house to make the military gender neutral. >> something is wrong it is the policy they are pursuing. >> that was chris lawrence. some are rárd. 13 females have possed the gruelling 60-day training course but this is seen as a set back for the plan to move nowsnd yas of women into the combat roles. they could impose the standard next year but there is no guarantee. we'll be right back.
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we are back. we want to get that weather forecast. people are starting off with chilly temperatures around the bay area. >> and you are right about that. it has ban chilly start to the day. clear skies. this is from the bridge cram but we are dealing with subfreezing temperatures. we expect record warmth today. we expect an increase in cloud cover and cooler temperatures that looks like we have showers in the forecast finally on tuesday and another system headed our way on thursday. let's talk temperatures a cold start in santa rosa. had has not budged. upper 30s and the 490s. and 35 degrees in san mateo and
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46 degrees in antioch. and we expect some 70s on the board. 70 and sunnyvale. and for those of you and 60s but livermore and danville. upper 60s for those in richmond and 68 there. and low to mid-60s for the coast. mid-to-upper 60s in the north bay. and 66 expected for petluma. and satellite and radar. and high pressure in control. mild and cooling off. tuesday we have a chance of sprinkles. wednesday we'll see an increase in cloud cover before the next system headed our way. and a better chance of showers and drier and warmer as we push to the weekend. >> thank you. and for those of you
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heading back to work after the break. what do you think about it being broughtive at the office. the best new year's resolution to do to make that happen is to create a zero inbox. and. and kim review. >> thank you for that and how to make that e-mail inbox tkoeufpb to nothing. i was reading an article about we spent 13 hours a week dealing with e-mail. >> that's a lot of time. >> we have so many unread i don't know about you. i was talking to your political expert he manages his. i was impressed i like people like him that are able to do that. but for me just -- my nature is i'm disorganized. my in box is out of control.
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i had more than 15,000 unread e- mails. i know, i know, people don't like to admit the that and they can relate you have thousands of e-mails i don't know about you do you have news letters and advertisements and things from thrill list and deals from living social or groupon or any one of those sitting there read or unread. what i do, deleting them without reading. that's my way to deal with it, i don't even delete them. now i do. they sit there. we spent more time in the in box the 13 hours sifting through old e-mails trying to find a lost e-mail and contacts we never took our contacts from the e-mails and put them into the contact database. >> the key is organization. >> yes. >> and. [ laughter ] >> when i do. i would tell you is don't, you
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know, try and deal with all those 15,000. unless you are compulsive and if you have 15,000 e-mails like i do. you are not come pulsative and deal with them. i argue that you are pretty much not going to start being organized today because you are going to worry about the past. i signed up for sane box sanebox. it is a technology and what it did it just took all of my 15,000 e-mails and sorted them. they took all of the spam. news letters. >> they are on the right. they are specific it took the old ones and took a lost the new ones coming in and started managing them right away. and it depends on how many.
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and technology is so smart. it was able to determine which were important. and and through the tracks. and other e-mails. and the news letters. it will led you to the you have done this. and you have not been working with it. what do you think. what is the status report? >> i love it. it is so much easier to use. i have been able to turn my e- mail into my to do list for the day or the week.
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and a friend for a firm. she has taught me she uses it as her to do list. she wakes up. deletes the spam or through the folder and erases everything. all that is left are the action items she needs to do for the day. >> great idea. the name of that again. >> sane box. >> we're out of time. we'll have to save that for next week. >> sounds good. >> and thank you. >> thank you. [ mom ] hi, we're the pearsons, and we love chex cereal.
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and three sharks players all scored it was not enough they were beat non-colorado. and and the third win.
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and pulled the goalie was pulled after allowing three goals. and they head out to blay chicago tonight basement a come back for the colts and andrew luck. rallying from a 28-point deficit he threw three touchdowns in the second half to give the colts an impossible 45 to 44 victory saturday. and the team pulling off the second greatest in history, they will travel to denver or new england for the round in the afc. >> the saints making history in philadelphia. it was the kick weir the field goal to clinch the first road -- wicker with the field goal to clinch the win. and the saints will face seahawks in seattle next saturday. coming up at 9:00. half the country will be dealing with zero degree and
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lower temperatures. we will tell you what they are dealing with. >> and how they are making taxs. we'll have that coming up next. sofa... desk... you know what? why don't you go get some frozen yogurt. i got this. you're so sweet. you got this, right? i do got this. from the shelf, and to your home. starting at $99.
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francisco. >> thank you for joining us. our top story the 49ers ready to take on the packers today in the playoff game. following the team and taking on the freezing temperatures. >> we're live from a lambeau field. and you can see the hot water. they will have this morning. and getting them underway. and what our temperatures here in green bay. and warmer than what was a few days ago. they are trying to get used to the colder weather. they flew in here on friday night. the problem is that yesterday
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the temperatures were in the 20s. >> and no matter what the weather. >> we have know pants. >> what do you say we're crazy to be out. we have to support them. >> let's hear the best go niners. >> maybe it was inside the temperatures are expected to get around zero degrees. and they are giving out.
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and giving stuff away. >> and to carry it how long it will take for the coffee to freeze outside at lambeau. >> and people say they will take advantage of that. and they are asking fans to not take more than 2. >> go in and get warm. >> and aide and they are showing off their spirit. and the 49ers painting san francisco red think are supporting their team. no tell hog will win the game today. but it is clear which bay area -- which team the bay area wants to win. and asking fans why they wore
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the gear early. >> and it is ahead of time. >> not only did the fans have on their lucky hats and jerseys. but remain stocked and ready for the big game rush. the 49ers say that it is never too early to show their support for the team. 9:04. we have been talking about minus 20s in green bay. we're talking about sunshine in san francisco. >> right about that. and sunshine and however it has been a chilly start. and santa rosa çóat freezing. 54. if you are heading out.
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and 44. warmth. and the blaze. a blaze that started near the embarcadero. no injuries have been reported. >> and lanes have been reopened after being closed due to a crash. and. and a overturned vehicle possibly split in half at the divide. chp is investigating. >> we have information the suspect with a the fatal shooting of a tourist in san francisco. and the most wanted web site led to the arrest.
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and devante lewis was taken. and and two teps were truck but they surfed. friends and family have a fundraiser for a woman who was struck and killed. and she was holding her son and with a 17 year old girl when she was struck by a car. >> and and police say her son remains in critical condition. she was treated for her injuries and released. the driver in the crash a 64 year old man is cooperating. and the fundraiser has been set
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up by friends. an investigation underway this morning into what caused a crash between a muni trolly and a big rig. and traffic on the embarcadero was shut down after a semi truck pulled in front of a muni trolly in the afternoon. police say that the crash between the f-line and the big rig happened near bay street. and a passenger had to try his wife free. >> and we saw it coming. and in the front seat. she was pinned between the railing and the seat and screaming in pain and we had to get the conductor back and reremoved the seat and got her out. >> the injured penal were the only passengers on board the trolly at the time. and it was opened reopened by the traffic by 3:00 in the afternoon. >> and that storm on the east coast is having far reaching consequences.
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taking a hook outside and out of that 11 flights have been canceled on arriving and key parting flights. take a look how they are. chicago has the most with 540. and the delays today are over 4700. and 2200. in and out of the u.s. today over 2000. it tells you that it is
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having a big impact. two men are arrive after a plane crash near cat lee na island. and he and a passenger remember calm when the engine died on saturday afternoon. he said it never occurred to him he would not survive. he broke a finger but was unletter. and the passenger escaped injury. the men were rescued bay family of boaters in the area. >> and a third person has died after an apartment explosion in minneapolis. he died from injuries sustained in the blast. they are looking into a gas leak t dried an apartment building that was attached to a store. and authorities believe that everyone there has been accounted for. and the cause is under investigation. a cold start.
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it has been lovely outside. and we have been enjoying a lot of sunshine here it is not bouncing around as much as it was earlier. and winds are calming a bit. and break the records, we head into tomorrow expecting to see an increase in the cloud cover and cooler temperatures. that's ahead of a system approaching bringing us a chance of showers for the bay area. before we get to that. let's talk temperatures 567894 degrees if you are heading out in san francisco. santa rosa. and 44 currently in police officer more and 54 in concord.
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we have them on the board. and and 66 degrees for those of you in walnut creek. expected. and daily city and 67 degrees in santa rosa. looking at the 7 day around the bay and showing increase of clouds tomorrow. and the highs. and a chance of sprinkles. another system approaching bringing you a chance of showers. and the. >> thank you. >> we're now we are talking about how colorado's brand new pot initiative could influence the marijuana laws here. the first four days have gone by they have raised millions planning to raise some $67
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million for the state. >> a lot of smoking going on. >> a lot of people in lines. and in fact there is a report. what is interesting it is ill level to possess for recreational use. and the bridge is will there be a underground railroad up over to colorado to. and they are big right and $80 day before. and. and there is a lot of pot
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tourists. i'm sure that one will say there is a lot of things going on. >> a lot comes down to money. and the. and because of the income to the state. and and the doughnut shops across the. you will see that and the groups and which will be easy. that's the election. and and it will be. >> and people going there. and exchanging hands.
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i would not doubt that they will. and use of marijuana. >> and pro and con will line up. there will be millions. 58% of those. and they believe. it sup from 10%. and i think it will pass and branching out. >> and let's look at that. and move to the national level. >> what are the issues.
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and. >> you would think so. and the question is whether or not they will do anything about t and and whether they announce the and an all time low. and and they will try to make that. >> the and. and mitch mcconnell said it will not be raised. and the upper hand after they have the upper hand. it could recovers that all around. >> will we deal with another sequester? >> but they may do is go after
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the laws. exchange for some other things. i think they could lose everything that they have been getting. and over the depackle. and the big issue that obama care will be the big issue. >> well there is always something to talk about. we'll be back.
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that it's given me time toabout reflect on some of life'seen biggest questions. like, if you could save hundreds on car insurance by making one simple call, why wouldn't you make that call? see, the only thing i can think of is that you can't get any... bars. ah, that's better. it's a beautiful view. i wonder if i can see mt. rushmore from here. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. anncr: at jennie-o we heard of a place in iowa where every thursday people ride 10 miles for tacos. we thought we'd show up and surprise them with a better kind of taco made with jennie-o ground turkey cooked thoroughly to 165. i feed my kids turkey tacos over regular tacos any day. i think they are light and they are just fresh tasting. yeah. when i eat well, i feel well. anncr: it's time for a better taco. the tacos tonight were pretty much perfect.
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make the switch. look for jennie-o ground turkey in a store near you. and a mal ware attack on the server affected thousands of users. and and it was due to flaws in
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the java programming. a firm blogged about the attack estimates 27,000 users were affected every hour. and a statement says that they have identified an ad regarding mal ware. the founder of amazon had to cut short his vacation. and he was flown back to the us he was suffering from kidney stones. fet ownership has hit an all time high. households own one pet. and. all of this is resulting in
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rising interests for pet friendly homes. and lounge areas. and it says that a woman had cat hawks installed. >> and a man will go without food until same sex marriages are allowed. last month a judge struck down the ban on same-sex marriage. he says that utah can null fie it by not follow it. he will not eat until utah exercises the nullification option. >> can you start a blog and complain on social networks until you are blue in the face and nothing will happen. an attorney disagrees with
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whether they can exercise the option. and when it grants a right states must exercise it. >> and a girl she dies after >> and a girl she dies after going you know what? why don't you go get some frozen yogurt. i got this. you're so sweet. you got this, right? i do got this. from the shelf, and to your home. starting at $99.
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sofa... desk... you know what? why don't you go get some frozen yogurt. i got this. you're so sweet. you got this, right? i do got this. from the shelf, and to your home. starting at $99. we're back. a 3 year old girl who has been in a coma for 32 days has died. she passed away on friday. she never regained consciousness. we have the story. >> and someone in the office had to run down to get a doctor to revive her. it was too late: >> obviously we had some problems with that. we'll get that back for you. the family of jahi mcmath and lawyers for children's hospital are working toward moving her to another facility. the 13 year old's uncle said
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they are making great strides and the family is getting croce close to having her moved. they met at a conference after a day of court hearings. the family originally had asked through an attorney and a judge to force children's hospital to insert a tube and a feeding tube all in hopes of transferring her. but the judge refused to force the hospital to perform the surgeries. >> a reminder to stay with us as we continue to bring you the latest on the developments of the story. can you get updates. and the facebook page. join us on twitter. we have a report on a shooting and identified the victim of a terrell brumfeld: and died after suffering from a gunshot wound. it happened in the parkway gardens and drive. the area has seen a rise in
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crime and officials are asking for witnesses to come forward. >> you should get ready to pay more for bart. riders will be greeted with higher fares but they will be seen parking increases as well. or fees for parking. there will be a 50 cent daily parking see later this month and many stations. but remember that not all of the stations are hiking the fee. one of the largest unions approved a deal. the agreement leaves out the disputed family medical leave provision. workers will get extended bereavement leave and extensions. and seiu will vote on the deal. a negotiator said he is hopeful they will approve the agreement if it is approved and end the labor dispute that included multiple strikes. and 9:32. let's get the latest on the
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weather forecast. and clear skies. it has been a chilly start. look at santa rosa. freezing there. 32-degrees there. warmer in nap pa. and mid50s. right now. as we head into the afternoon. record breaking temperatures are a possibility today. and and. and for those of you headed out this evening. we're expecting mostly clear skies. and future cuts ahead for 8 p.m. and this evening. and 49 degrees. and out of 590s here.
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we'll break that down. new for you are this morning four people are in custody in connection with the a string of mail thefts. , they were taking them from the mail boxes. and when they research it. >> the countnys. and. >> and raising the rates in the new year and a raise and monthly costs. and it will affect 15 million people. and the higher. and the increases will help pay
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for higher hotel costs. >> and the forest service a salvage operation. it would cover 46 miles in the blaze. if approved it could of all the national forests in california. and and it would destroy the habitat of a rare bird. it took two months to contain: world news. 20 people are dead and dozens are wounded after a wave of bombings. there have been three bombings today. the deadliest is when two car- bombs near a restaurant. it comes as forces attempt to
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besiege the cities. and. >> and the will not be sending you troops to iraq. and made the comments he is shuttling between the leaders pushing for a treaty. and the second and the homeland. and it would establish a flip minute state. the israeli prime minister is in critical condition. they have stablized his heart and blood pressure. and he does not appear to be improving. sharon had a stoke and been in a coma.
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they expected some rain activity and heart the voice of his son. the president is back in washington. and the first lady is staying a few more days to visit friends stheufplts before her 50 ing birthday party. the white house said the extra time was part of her gift from the president. the first lady will turn 50 on january 17th. and coming up on the news weekend. details in the killing of a priest in california. why police say the suspect was already in custody. >> the oscar goes to -- the english patient. >> >> and an oscar winner
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remembered. his life at 9:45.
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. police are uncovering the events that led up to the killing of a priest. it is a grim picture. the man accused in the death was in custody. we have the story. >> and gary bull lock was arrested and spend time in jail. he became the suspect in the death of a be loved priest. arrested by deputies for public intoxication. he had to be taken away and he acted up at the hospital and had to be restrained before being taken to jail.
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and he was on probation. and a spoke said that. and he was let go. and he had to walk three blocks and making strange knowss. a guard called the police who did not know that details of the problems that he had at the county jail. >> and they saw the charge. >> they decided he was not doing anything illegal and. they asked him he asked for. and housing. and a place to stay. they did not arrest him.
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they now say that he never went to the shelter and spotted back at the church. police are not called. >> a guard found a person matching his description on the premises and told him to leave. police say that he suffered blunt force draw m he was found later at the home of a family member we'll be right back.
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and saul zaentz and award winner and prod producer died friday at his home. he was a film icon and on the phone to calm about the life and career is our movie critic. >> this was an amazing man: he
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produced only ten films but three won oscars. >> one flew over the cuckoos nest. michael douglas could not have done it. amadeus. and it holds up to today. and the english patient. and all three of those for best picture they are accepted by saul zaentz. he won the award in 1996. he made intelligent, you know fascinating movies. you know he would go all over the world. , he wanted to do things that were based on letter and he was incredible. and so, i was lucky to know
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him. he loved sam goldwyn. he took chances. and he was an independent producer. and the last of the viewers. and we are not going to see them like this. i would love to tell you what he said about the studios but it is a family show. now he was famous for the money that he made in music and the success of music. dealing with fantasy music company on the east bay. he had a big success with ccr but he and john fogert. why the head, had such an angry,s who file falling out that he put it on his music videos how much he hated saul
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zaentz. too his day they never got along. they called each other bad names and had hostility not to be believed. >> he wrote that zaentz can't dance to poke a stick at him. but you know. >> i have to tell you he was something special. i hope we get preferreds like him. the last time we were together we talked about how producers don't seem to know anything about hollywood history and he wants to sit them down and have them look at producers. and understand what they do. and they will follow people like sam goldwyn. and his legacy and there is a film center. >> people can see some of the
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audio that were used. he didn't get it. he cared about what he was showing. he loved what he did. and that's what you have to do to get the quality. >> thank you for taking time to join us. thank you for talking about saul. >> his movies are worth it. >> now we want to turn to the weather. and, we saw 70s. bouncing around. and in terms of the speeds. and later today. it will cool off. that's before a storm system
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approaches now. another system is approaching: >> and 54 degrees. and and 43 degrees currently in san jose. and it will be warming with 69 degrees later today. 70 expected. and sunnyvale and ever again. we're looking at mid-60s through concord today. 67 expected for castro valley. and mid-to-upper 70s in the north bay. we have high pressure in control here. that's keeping things dry for the bay area but we have pressure headed our way. that mean as chance of showers finally in the bay area tuesday morning. and it looks like wednesday dry and cloudy and another chance and cloudy and another chance of rain on thursd
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we're back. a music venue is shutting its g over the years many legends performed at this spot. and we report now on the final goodbye to the cafe. >> reporter: it is a piece of history. the build something more than 100 years old and for the past 25 years, it hosted to the cafe. some of the biggest names have played here like train. zombies and blink 182. but when the gates are chained up tonight after the final show, that will be it. the building has been sold and the owners want to do some renovating. this is the last show. a local band takes the stage at
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11:15 but the show starts at 9:30. the general manager said it will be emotional for him and his staff. and this is where the general manager met his wife in san francisco. >> well the holiday movie season is winding down. only one new release this week. the latest chapter in the series paranormal activity. and it continues a franchise. and it tells the story of yesty who finds a mark after tim donaghying a weekend. and he wakes up with powers they try to save him. the family we understand - the movie is shot in the style where the people shooting the film is the character. and rated r. and we'll take a look at your 7-day around the bay.
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we have changes to talk about. we'll see an increase tomorrow. and some showers on tuesday morning. another chance. drier and warmer as we head to the week. >> not much. maybe a taunt 1 of an inch. >> we need more. >> that's going to wrap things up. >> and thank you for watching. join us for the news weekend again next saturday starting at 7 a.m. and tonight for the news at 8. have a great day. good. good answer.
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